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GlobeSouth: Players of the Week, Top 20 boys’ and girls’ basketball teams

HIGH 5

Maddie Foote, Duxbury: The junior point guard pumped in 13 points, draining three treys in the Dragons’ 49-23 win over Marshfield.

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Ryan Hatcher, Marshfield: A long bus ride was worthwhile as the senior forward, the team’s only returning starter, put up 18 points and eight rebounds in a 61-42 win at Worcester South Monday.

Robert Martin, Nobles: At 6-feet-6, the junior forward from Waltham was dominant on both sides of the court as he put up 23 points while contributing eight rebounds and five assists in a 68-49 win over Belmont Hill.

Ryan Roach, Cardinal Spellman: After picking up two early fouls against St. Mary’s, the senior point guard took a seat on the bench. But upon his return, he poured in 14 points in the second half in a 62-54 win.

Jen Worden, Abington: In her second varsity game, the promising freshman guard scored 20 points in a 64-28 win over Carver on Monday.

Cappiello’s Top 10 boys’
basketball teams

(Records through Wednesday )

1. Mansfield (0-0)

2. Sharon (0-0)

3. Oliver Ames (1-1); beat Foxborough, 52-49

4. Cardinal Spellman (2-0); beat St. Mary’s, 62-54

5. North Quincy (1-0); beat Brockton, 74-62

6. Scituate (0-0)

7. Milton (1-0); beat Hingham, 73-61

8. Braintree (0-0)

9. Quincy (1-0); beat Bridgewater-Raynham, 67-48

10. Marshfield (1-0); beat Worcester South, 61-42

Cappiello’s Top 10 girls’
basketball teams

1. Braintree (0-0)

2. Duxbury (1-0); beat Marshfield, 49-23

3. Abington (2-0); beat Carver, 64-28

4. Archbishop Williams (0-0)

5. Mansfield (0-0)

6. Marshfield (0-1); lost to Duxbury, 49-23

7. Oliver Ames (0-1); lost to Franklin, 60-56

8. Scituate (0-0)

9. Fontbonne (0-1); lost to Ursuline, 53-39

10. Sharon (0-0)

Peter Cappiello

Peter Cappiello can be reached at peter.cappiello@globe.com.
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